- On the daily chart, a resistance zone of $65.65-$66.60 triggered the second correction, which looks too shallow to complete.
SINGAPORE: US oil may rise to $66.52 per barrel, as it has broken a resistance at $65.45.
The break opened the way towards $66.52.
The nature of the rise from the May 7 low of $63.93 remains unknown.
It could be a part of a correction triggered by the resistance at $66.52 or a continuation of the uptrend.
A break above $66.52 could lead to a gain at $67.98, while a break below $65.45, now a support, may cause a fall to $63.88.
The bias could be towards the downside, as wave pattern suggests the development of a wave C which could travel into $61.35-$62.62 range.
On the daily chart, a resistance zone of $65.65-$66.60 triggered the second correction, which looks too shallow to complete.
Even though it could be shallower than the one from the March 8 high of $67.98, it could at least extend to $61.79.
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